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The opportunity for the nutricosmetic space is huge, but benefits should be well researched and communicated so that consumers get what they pay for.
Can they take on the market’s old guard?
May 18, 2022
FoodTech startup Imaginedary Ltd., which is a developer of animal-free milk proteins, has raised an additional $15 million in its extended seed-round on top of the $13 million it had originally brought in November of 2021.
A new safety study conducted by Validcare demonstrates the strong safety profile of orally-ingested CBD. This study builds on the results of a previous safety study that included a cohort of 839 subjects taking CBD products manufactured by 12 companies.
The US. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) has released a discussion draft of the FDA Safety and Landmark Advancements (FDASLA) Act, which is legislation that would reauthorize FDA’s prescription drug, generic drug, biosimilar, and medical device user fee agreements.
The European Commission is now banning titanium dioxide as a food additive in the EU, with a six-month phaseout period that ends August 7, 2022.
Brand-named Holdbac, the two new protective cultures use “specially selected microorganisms that deliver long-lasting freshness” while still maintaining label friendliness and avoiding artificial preservatives.
Kerry calls the new facility the “largest and most advanced taste facility in Africa.”
May 17, 2022
Recently, the company turned its attention back to CoQ10 and quercetin, retesting some supplements previously tested and testing some new ones, and found that there was “no improvement in policing quality.”
Tapioca syrup can be used in food products such as ice cream, snack bars, and confectioneries.
May 16, 2022
Clasado Biosciences has announced that the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has given a positive opinion on the extension of the use of galactooligosaccharises (GOS) as a novel food in food for special medical purposes (‘FSMP’) in the EU.